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During hurricane season, Floridians hope for the best and prepare for the worst. And, this hurricane season Martin County residents have done a lot of both! As we prepare for the potential impacts of Tropical Storm Nicole, we want to remind you that no matter what the future or mother nature may bring, you can rest assured that United Way of Martin County will be here for our community every step of the way. 
 
When Hurricane Ian devastated communities across our great state, the network of 28 local United Ways in Florida joined forces to raise nearly $1.4 million to provide relief and support for those impacted. When our communities are hurting, we respond.
 
We stand #United4Florida
 
Some things to help you prepare
 
211 HELPLINE
In times of disaster and every day, 211 is a community’s go-to resource. 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 211 specialists connect individuals with the help they need, from emergency shelter and evacuation information to help with basic needs, like food. During times of disaster, 211 maintains up-to-date information on shelters and other essential resources. Learn more. 
 
MARTIN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
We recommend that all residents Text ALERTMARTIN to 888777 to receive emergency alerts from Martin County Emergency Management for the most accurate and up-to-date information, tools, and resources. Learn more. 
 
 
How you can help
 
VOLUNTEER
 
Register as a United Way volunteer to ensure that you are appropriately trained and supported to respond in the most effective way. Just because you can travel to a disaster site doesn’t mean you should. Showing up unannounced will add to the chaos and could potentially be unsafe. Wait until specific needs and opportunities have been identified. Plus, right after a disaster, it is easy for a community to get overwhelmed by all the caring people who want to help. Register today. 
 
DONATE 
 
In the event of a disaster, United Way of Martin County will establish a dedicated relief fund to provide support to those impacted. Of course, we hope we won't need the fund, but if the time comes, you can trust that contributions received will help agencies and residents of Martin County. We will activate this fund at www.UnitedWayMartin.org/Hurricane if needed to help our community rebuild and recover.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
In the coming days, you will find up-to-date information on our Hurricane Resources page as well as on our social media channels (links below).
 
It is in times of need that we discover the full impact of a community United. Rest assured we are actively monitoring the situation and will be here to support our community in the days, weeks and months ahead.
 
Stay safe,
 
Carol G. Houwaart-Diez
United Way of Martin County President/CEO
 
        
 
 
 
 
 

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